Share your world 8th May edition

Di is asking us to share our world so…here goes…

Do you feel comfortable walking in your neighbourhood at night?

No. Not really. My neighbourhood is quite safe, but I don’t go out at night as a rule. I tend to lock my door and put on my house alarm as soon as it gets dark.

When you shop for day to day things, do you pay by cash or card?

I always pay by card. I rarely have cash on me, sometimes, I have a little bit, but generally I don’t use cash when I shop.

When was the last time you dressed up for a special occasion?

It was for my nephew’s communion, that was 2 years ago now.

Have you ever lied about your age?

Yes. As a teen I did. I wanted to get into a disco. I was 15 but the age requirement was 16, so I lied, and said I was 16, it worked and I got in.


Today, I’m grateful that it did not rain, I’m grateful for my awesome therapist, and I’m grateful that I woke up this morning in a good mood.

Share Your World 8th May | pensitivity101 (

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

8 thoughts on “Share your world 8th May edition”

  1. Thanks for joining in Carol Anne. Nice gratitude. I lied about my age saying i was younger than I was so as to get half price fare on the bus. Now I have a bus pass ‘cos I’m officially a wrinkly!

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